Trinity (Texas) Tigers

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 24-5 - Conference: 13-2
11/21 vs. Schreiner Final W, 77-66
11/22 vs. UW-Stevens Point Final - OT L, 71-70
11/25 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor Final W, 81-71
11/27 vs. Olivet Final - OT W, 63-61
11/29 vs. Whitman Final W, 71-61
12/5 at Colorado College * • Final W, 73-59
12/7 at Austin * • Final W, 74-62
12/18 vs. Lakeland Final W, 83-52
@ Georgetown, TX
12/19 vs. Marian Final W, 62-49
@ Southwestern
12/31 vs. SUNYIT Final W, 95-85
1/2 vs. Millsaps * • Final W, 55-50
1/3 vs. Hendrix * • Final W, 69-53
1/9 at Southwestern * • Final W, 75-73
1/16 at Birmingham-Southern Final W, 65-56
1/17 at Rhodes * • Final W, 83-77
1/23 vs. Sewanee * • Final W, 55-40
1/25 vs. Oglethorpe * • Final W, 77-74
1/30 at DePauw * • Final L, 61-54
1/31 at Centre * • Final W, 58-56
2/3 vs. University of Dallas Final W, 73-58
2/7 vs. Southwestern * • Final W, 86-78
2/13 at Millsaps * • Final L, 86-67
2/14 at Hendrix * • Final - OT W, 71-67
2/20 vs. Colorado College * • Final W, 75-64
2/21 vs. Austin * • Final W, 88-55
2/27 vs. Sewanee Final - OT W, 53-52
@ Hendrix
2/28 vs. Southwestern Final L, 68-63
@ Hendrix
3/5 vs. Maryville (Tenn.) Final W, 68-64
3/7 vs. Texas-Dallas Final L, 70-54

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 24-5 - Conference: 13-2
12/5 at Colorado College * • W, 73-59
12/7 at Austin * • W, 74-62
1/2 vs. Millsaps * • W, 55-50
1/3 vs. Hendrix * • W, 69-53
1/9 at Southwestern * • W, 75-73
1/17 at Rhodes * • W, 83-77
1/23 vs. Sewanee * • W, 55-40
1/25 vs. Oglethorpe * • W, 77-74
1/30 at DePauw * • L, 61-54
1/31 at Centre * • W, 58-56
2/7 vs. Southwestern * • W, 86-78
2/13 at Millsaps * • L, 86-67
2/14 at Hendrix * • W, 71-67
2/20 vs. Colorado College * • W, 75-64
2/21 vs. Austin * • W, 88-55

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/SCAC/Men/2008-09/standings-div1 : /conf/SCAC/Men/2008-09/standings-div2 : /conf/SCAC/Men/2008-09/standings

2008-09

Centre 12-2 23-5
DePauw 11-3 19-7
Oglethorpe 7-7 16-10
Sewanee 4-10 7-19
Rhodes 1-13 8-16
Birmingham-Southern 0-0 11-14

2008-09

Trinity (Texas) 13-2 24-5
Hendrix 9-6 17-10
Southwestern 7-8 18-10
Austin 6-9 13-13
Millsaps 6-9 9-16
Colorado College 4-11 5-20

Past Records

2017-18 (15-12, 8-6 SCAC)
2016-17 (12-14, 7-7 SCAC)
2015-16 (10-16, 6-8 SCAC)
2014-15 (5-20, 4-10 SCAC)
2013-14 (19-10, 11-3 SCAC)
2012-13 (20-8, 12-3 SCAC)
2011-12 (21-9, 12-4 SCAC)
2009-10 (14-13, 9-7 SCAC)
2010-11 (16-11, 11-5 SCAC)
2008-09 (24-5, 13-2 SCAC)
2007-08 (18-9, 9-6 SCAC)
2006-07 (16-12, 8-6 SCAC)

Team Info

Coach: Pat Cunningham
Conference: SCAC

Trinity (Texas)

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 2439
Location: San Antonio, TX
Colors: Maroon, White
Region: South
Arena: Sams Gym (1800)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

December 18, 2017 Team of the Week D3hoops.com's weekly honor roll returns for its 21st season honoring the best players at each position for the past week. It's the D3hoops.com Team of the Week, presented by Scoutware.
November 22, 2013 Hoopsville Classic: Stevenson makes statement Stevenson knocked off No. 18 Middlebury on a full first day of action at the second annual Hoopsville Classic. Plus Robert Kitzinger led the road warrior Trinity Tigers past Keystone and Salisbury holds off Birmingham-Southern.
November 22, 2013 Hoopsville Classic: High five Watch as Cabrini battles St. Mary's (Md.) to cap a great day of basketball at the Hoopsville classic. Stevenson defeated Middlebury in earlier action.
October 17, 2013 Three of Elite 8 reunite at Hoopsville Classic Middlebury, St. Mary's (Md.) and Cabrini will be on the same floor again, a few hours north, joined by two more NCAA tourney teams for a 10-team event at Stevenson.
January 20, 2013 Did you miss Hoopsville? Hoopsville On Demand has Sunday's show, with women's coaches from Baruch and Tufts and men's coaches from Albertus Magnus, Roanoke and Trinity (Texas).
February 26, 2012 Straight A's for Amherst, but upsets elsewhere The Lord Jeffs won both sides of the NESCAC, but bubble teams got more bad news on Sunday. Who else grabbed one of the final automatic bids into the NCAA tournaments?